Friday, January 20, 2017
7 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
This event is sold out.
Join author Jean Davidson, granddaughter of Harley-Davidson co-founder Walter Davidson, as she presents “Growing Up Harley-Davidson,” a special adult evening offering a personal look into one of the most famous families in motorcycling history. After years of gathering personal family stories and photographs, Davidson recounts her childhood experiences, how she owned the largest Harley-Davidson dealership in Wisconsin, and her memories of meeting world-famous racers, such as Evil Knievel. After the talk, enjoy an exclusive meet-and-greet opportunity with Davidson at a reception sponsored by Marshall Street Bar and Grill. Light refreshments provided.
Reservations are required and may be made online or by calling Guest Information Services at 585-263-2700. Attendees must present tickets at the museum admissions desk the day of the event. Tickets are required for all guests. Seating is limited. Tickets are nonrefundable.
About Jean Davidson
Jean Davidson is an author and the granddaughter of Walter Davidson, one of the four founders and the first president of Harley-Davidson. Her father, Gordon Davidson, was vice president of manufacturing. Jean began riding a Harley at the age of 12 and later owned the largest Harley Davidson dealership in Wisconsin. She is the author of more than a half-dozen adults and children’s books, such as Harley-Davidson Family Memories and Riding Back in Time on My Daddy’s Harley Davidson. She has spoken about Harley-Davidson across the world, including at state motorcycle rallies, national historic societies, and international conferences.